4 human conditions you need for a successful digital business implementation
09 July 2021
The degree of commitment and pro-active actions of all involved people and stakeholders influence how successful a digital business implementation will be. It is also directly linked to how successful the use of the new system will be perceived. In the doctoral dissertation Electronic Business − Implementation and Effects researcher Odd Fredriksson, Center for Consumer Marketing at Stockholm School of Economics, is exploring what conditions influence implementation of digital business and how the use of digital systems affect business relationships.
Vacancy: Problem-Solving Premises Caretaker
06 July 2021
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European collaboration success for CIVICA
02 July 2021
In June, 40 undergraduate students from CIVICA members Sciences Po, Bocconi University, The London School of Economics (LSE) and the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE), together with Swedish high-school students, took part in the first edition of the CIVICA European Week. The four-day program is a central element of the CIVICA Engage Track, and this very first edition was hosted by SSE. Several of the participating students have given their thoughts on how it was to cooperate with peers from other countries in the all-online event.
New admissions round to SSE Business Lab - star jury backs 8 companies
18 June 2021
When the star-studded Board of Admissions of SSE BusinessLab, the venture incubator of the Stockholm School of Economics, gathered toassess the latest applicants, a total of 8 companies were given positive news. As such, these teams are today entering the prestigious incubator today.
Stockholms Grosshandelssocietet in new and unique partnership with SSE Business Lab
17 June 2021
The "Grosshandelssocietet Grant to Especially Dedicated Entrepreneurs" of 100.000 SEK to an entrepreneur at SSE Business Lab is part of the collaboration between Grosshandelssociteten and the Stockholm School of Economics, where entrepreneurs at SSE Business Lab annually are chosen for the award. The collaboration has now become an official partnership with SSE Business Lab where the goal is to encourage and support entrepreneurship in Stockholm even further.
Wallenberg Fellows have started their internships
16 June 2021
We are excited to announce that as of this moment our 7th Wallenberg Fellows cohort are placed in excellent and substantive internships for the summer of 2021. David Huber will work at the International Finance Corporation (IFC) as a research Analyst Intern in the TMT, Disruptive Tech, PE&VC Funds Unit, Thomas Atherton at GEF Capital Partners as a Summer Associate, and Basak Edizgil at Limiar Capital as an analysts intern.
Thuy Vu at SSE received the Global Swede award
04 June 2021
The Global Swede award is awarded to active, committed, and enthusiastic students who are excellent in areas closely related to innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship and shown that they are great representatives of their own country as well as Sweden. One of them was Thuy Vu at the Stockholm School of Economics.
SSE welcome the partners of the European Week
04 June 2021
At SSE, we are very proud to present the partner companies and organizations that the students will be working with during European Week starting on Monday. The CIVICA European Week is both a stand-alone learning event and a central element of the CIVICA Engage Track. Students from four of the CIVICA universities will be taking part in the exciting bachelor experience.
Students from SSE won the Swedish Championships in Business and Economics
04 June 2021
The Swedish Championships in Business and Economics took place in May and we are happy to announce that Stockholm School of Economics are the winners. Simon Engdahl, Axel Hellbom Almström and Rasmus Salén who all study Business and Economics formed the winning team.
Global carbon price most effective policy to combat global warming
01 June 2021
A global tax on carbon agreed upon by several countries worldwide was debated by a group of high-level speakers at the virtual event ‘Bending the Emission curve: Sweden’s Climate Opportunities and Responsibilities’ hosted by Misum (Mistra Centre for Sustainable Markets) at Stockholm School of Economics last week.